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morning, and, both the u.s. and british embassies are closing their doors in yemen over threats by al qaeda. the news coming after both countries announced an increase of aid to yemen to fight the terror group linked to the failed attempt to bomb a u.s. airliner on christmas day, and we'll update you as news develops throughout the morning. >> eric: and another "fox news alert," sunday morning, the man accused of gunning down four members of his own family at thanksgiving dinner, has now been nabbed in florida. and police say they were singing sing-a-longs for three hours and then he opened fire and a little more than a month later, u.s. marshals have arrested paul marriage, and he was hiding out at a motel in the florida keys and cops give the credit to a tip that was called into "america's most wanted" and notch up another one for the fox tv program. hello, i'm eric sean and welcome to america's news headquarters on this sunday morning. >> jamie: good morning, happy new year, eric and happy new year to all of you. for over a month he was the target of a nationwide manhunt which incl
's called "your kids are your own fault. " thank you very much for joining us. >> appreciate it. >> happy new year again, we'll see you tomorrow. >> nice shirt, larry! >> thanks. >> we begin with a developing story in yemen where troops have reportedly killed two suspected al-qaeda members, that story broke a couple of hours ago, the u.s. embassy in yemen, closed for a second day, because of threats from al-qaeda. this by the way is new videotape we just received of the stepped -up security around the u.s. and british embassies in yemen. you can see blockades have been set up all around the embassy. >>> good morning, everyone, i'm greg jerden for bill hemmer gloovment i'm patty ann brown in for migin kelly. security is adding new screening steps around the country and around the world. >> we have team fox coverage with amy kellogg in london, laura ingle is at knew yark national airport. -- the newark airport. what's the story at snairp. >> these new guidelines, the new tsa guidelines went into effect at midnight and it has significantly changed the way airline passengers coming in from i
as far as trying to catch the guys that really want to blow us up. >> and there goes back too christmas day and a guy who is handing on an airplane in the detroit area apparently trying to blow up a bomb in his underwear and ever since then the transportation people, the homeland security people kind of ramped things up from them and this past week weekend we will tell you the big mess going on in newark. the administration sent out one of the top terrorism guys to do some spinning. we had janet napolitano who said the system worked and then the next day she walked it back, it didn't work. john brennan was in the hot seat yesterday. >> and he wanted to explain how listen, wele find out what happened but there really wasn't any one thing that would have told us this was going to happen on december 25th so the fact that he bought the tick with cash and the fact that he had no luggage and might not have had a pass part and the fact this guy's father turned him in. all the elements together still didn't point them to the magic word. listen. there was no smoking gun. there was no p
that tried to bring down a u.s. airliner on christmas day. british investigators are linking him to at least one other terrorist group out there. >> julie: after more than a month on the run, they have arrested paul merhige. he murdered four of his family members according to police. we'll have a live report on how cops tracked him down. >> kelly: both the american and british embassies in yemen closing their doors. an al-qaeda group based in the unstable nation. it's the same group linked to that failed bombing of a u.s. bound passenger jet. molly is live in washington. >> good afternoon. roadblocks are set up outside the embassy in yemen. they are closing their embassies because of security concerns. john brennan told fox there are indications that the u.s. embassy could be a target of al-qaeda in the arabian peninsula. that is the yemen based group that the white house says trained umar farouk abdulmutallab, the man suspected of trying to blow up a plane with explosives carried in his underwear. >> this is something we're very concerned about. we're concerned they may be in fact trying to
. thank you for being with us for this special edition of manity. thank you for being with us. have a great night. thank you. >> this is a fox news alert. a fast track for tough travel air security rules beginning in just hours travelers are going to find themselves facingen any way of security measures. the measures target fliers from countries that sponsor or tolerate terrorism. the rules require enhanced screening for those requiring -- they will come in a week after the failed christmas bomb attack. i am kimberly guilfoyle. this is geraldo at large. geraldo is off this evening. we will talk more about the rules and what they mean. joining me is retired colonel of the united states marine corps bill cowan. director of terrorism law alcott and from the rig began be administration casey mcfarland. what's going on with these rules? >> it's about time.ed we should have done this right after the september 11th attacks. the problem with what we have done is we have been looking for stuff to make bombs out of what we should have been looking for is terrorists. we will be a step behind i
it is his son. he that taped the video shortly before he went a u.s. base and blew himself up employees in afghanistan. he says on the tape we'll never forget the blood of him, referring to the dead taliban leader. >> we need to lead the liberation against them outside the pakistani borders. >> reporter: washington post reports that his vehicle sped through and when checked by a security guard, he quickly dealt nate go the bomb sending steel pellets ripping through him and dozens of people near him. in an op-ed for sunday's post, leon panetta lashed out at critics those that gave their lives somehow brought it about themselves. he was about to be searched before he detonated the explosives. his father says he blames america for turning his wife into a widow. >> julie: new reports of a missile strike in pakistan. u.s. intelligence sources say it happened in the north tribal region, a drone strike killing two suspect west side ties to a militant network, a group suspected of involvement in the c.i.a. bombing. this is the sixth such attack in the last week in the area. they are saying thre
the nation's capital starts right now. we begin with the closing of the u.s. and british embassies in yemen. this is a result of threats by al-qaeda in that region. officials say al-qaeda and others are still plotting against american interests. malini wilkes is joining us now with the latest developments. she has been following them in washington. hi. >> hi. both the u.s. and british closed their embassies in yemen because of the al-qaeda threat. white house counterterror advisor john brennan says he is not going to take chances with the lives of diplomats and he says the yemeni government is providing support. brennan is heading the white house review of the attack on the detroit-bound plane. he told "fox news sunday" u.s. intelligence failed to connect the dots. he says there was no smoking gun, no definitive intelligence that was ignored and no sign that agencies refuse to cooperate with each other. >> in the review so far, there is no indication whatsoever that any agency or department was not trying to share information. there were some lapses, there were some human errors, there were
, is where u.s. senators kerry reid and john ensign have their offices. new information on this developing story. expecting a news conference to come within the hour on that. in the middle box major new information on national security. new airport screening information. airports in 14 different countries. we will tell you where the stories believe the biggest outside threats to this country are coming from. martha: and in the bottom box president obama is just back from his vacation this afternoon. he is set to me and sit down with his top anti-terrorist advisers and talk about the threats and all the information that has rolled out over the holiday. one hot spot clearly on this list is yemen. the u.s. embassy there remains closed now for day two because of threats to the embassy from al-qaeda. yemen says it is pushing back on the terror group were rewarded calls an unprecedented number of troops into the al-qaeda controls. we will show you how complicated the situation is on the ground with all of these different groups vying for power in yemen. that threat is raising a lot of very diffe
for joining us. bye! >> julie: developing now, new information tonight on government programs that could see huge cuts in the president's proposed spending freeze. late word tonight of a faulty part that has plaguing car maker toyota may finally be fixed, signaling a possible end to the company sales freeze. i'm julie banderas. we're live as fox reports tonight. >> the fate of the so-called 9/11 trials in question. as we learn more tonight about a possible plan to move the case out of new york city. and what the white house is reportedly planning now to ease the burden on potential future host city. >> i lived here all my life and never had to come to a shelter before. >> extreme winter storms wreaking havoc in states across the country from massive power outages to heavy snow and flooding danger. >> we had a lot of deep water from where we were and the individual. we needed to get a vessel in the water. >> tonight, the latest on the powerful winter blast. >> plus, preparing for the wounds of the battlefield. >> traumatic brain injury, severe gunshot wound injuries, stab injuries. >> julie:
. >> gregg: molly henneberg is live in washington. molly, president says the u.s. has had its eye on al-qaeda in yiyz for a while. >> molly: yes, in the broader arabian peninsula, president said they have gone on the attack previously. take a listen. >> in recent years they bombed yemeni places. i have ordered to strengthen our with the yemeni government and working them to strike al-qaeda terrorists. >> molly: yemen in response as you were saying, has sent hundreds of troops to two mountainous eastern provinces where the government has little control to try to root out the terrorists there. >> gregg: the president has used the phrase war on terror only once before since taking office. does he use it to industry describe it for the failed bombing plot? >> not war on terror. obama administration doesn't like that phrase used frequently during the bush administration. he describes the plot, as an attempted act of terrorism. he has made it clear that the u.s. is at war against, quote a far-reaching of violence and hatred and the u.s. will do whatever it takes to defeat them. he has used th
haitian americans who are gradually being evacuated even as many others overwhelm the u.s. embassy trying to get authorization to leave a torn nation that may be slipping into anarchy. tonight even as the stars rally to the cause fox news core spn dent, jenkins, rivera, house sen and salanis we will try to give you an accurate picture of what is going wrong and what is going right in this mel lancholy and increasingly desperate place. >> there are increasing incidents of violence. we are looking at that very closely. we do need obviously a safe and secure environment to continue and do the best we can with the humanitarian system. >> welcome live to what has suddenly become one of the world's busiest and as a result noise iest airports as the relief flights, hundreds of them now every single day from every corner of the globe come flying in here to port-au-prince. the scattered capital of the ravaged nation of haiti bringing aid and hopefully comfort to these people even as the refugees go flowing out. the flights will be coming in throughout this special two-hour broadcast blitzing throu
office, he said he would get back to us. >> julie: james rosen, thank you very much. >> gregg: a mission to rescue haitian orphans landing ten americans behind bars. church group from idaho apparently tried to take the kids across the border and into the dominican republic. they were detained by haitian police who claimed they were missing the proper paperwork. laura ingle has the latest on this developing story. >>> the senator pastor from the central baptist valley church held a news conference to explain the month toivs by the attempt to take the children out of haiti. he maintains that the mission was one of compassion, to try to rescue abandoned children. ten americans were taken into custody late friday night suspected of taking part in an illegal adoption scheme according to the haitian social affairs minister. five men and five women were arrested trying to take 33 kids across the border to the dominican republic to get them to a makeshift orphanage. they were apparently unaware of the new controls on adoption that requires the prime minister to authorize the departure of any chi
that is a wrap. thanks to judy miller, jim pinkerton. i'm jon scott. watch us for the next decade right here on fox new >> >> good morning everyone, it's sunday, january 3rd, 2010. here is what's happening at this hour, we start with a fox news alert the u.s. embassy in yemen closes after threats from al-qaeda is yemen now the new central front for the war on terror. >> and could college campuses be the new breeding ground for terrorists, why campuses in london are under scrutiny is what's being done about it. >> and making a new year's resolution is easy and keeping it is the hard part. we'll show you how to follow through on that promise to yourself. see if we can do it this year, dave. >> doubt it. >> aly. >> the sewingen sherry in maryland although it may be windy and cold, "fox & friends" never gets old. >> speak for yourself. ♪ >> this is jane krakowski from 30 rock. you're watching "fox & friends" and they rock. >> thanks, jane. >> they rock, get it? welcome to the big show on this sunday morning. >> hi. >> welcome. >> welcome to you, too. >> you were almost about to sa
to stick with us. i don't think that groundhog is going to come out next week. i think he is going to stay inside. >> julie: they make snuggies for pets now, so maybe he'll get snuggie for a dog. >> gregg: this is a fox news alert. an update on toyota, massive recall with gas pedals. the federal government has now cleared the company as word that dealers will get the needed parts some time this coming week. laura ingle will be joining us with the details coming up. >> julie: in year one he focused on health care reform. in year two, it appears tackling unemployment but today president obama detailed another issue he is calling critical. now, the details from zblrk the president's mantra appears to be jobs, jobs, jobs but he said something just important as that the deficit. >> it's critical that we rein in the budget deficit. zests that won't burden our children, but could drive up markets and jeopardize our recovery right now. >> he says there are three ways to do it. pay as you go, for every program there has to be a specific way to pay for it. two, a spending freeze on everything from s
the senate foreign relations committee. he went to the u.s. embassy in nigeria in november to alert authorities about his son's extremist views. no word yet if he'll accept the invitation to come to capitol hill or not. as you heard from brian, mark mcgwire admitting that he used steroids on and off for nearly a decade including in 1998 when he broke baseball's single home run record. the former cardinals and a's slugger repeatedly expressed regret for his decision, it was caused by his desire to overcome injury. >> the only reason that i took steroids was for my health purposes. i did not take steroids to get any gain for any strength purposes. >> but did you get that gain incidental? >> i learned how to be a better hitter. there's not a pill or an injection that is going to give me the hand-eye or give any athlete the hand-eye coordination to hit a baseball. >> we've already been through this. >> mcgwire has fallen well short of being voted into the hall of fame in his first two years of eligibility. is his apology enough? we'll ask "sports illustrated" writer. he'll become th
made. all passengers were evacuated and police searched the plane. nothing suspicious was found. two u.s. pliance were diverted thank to unruly passengers. in one incident a couple of f-16 after a passenger locked himself in a bathroom on a flight from los angeles to san francisco. that was detained and of course, in colorado springs. where strange things happen . second incident hawaii airline fliped was forced to stop in los angeles because a male passenger harassed a woman on board. the woman decided not to press charges. the vice-president and his family are in mourning. joe biden's mother passed away. crath lean finnegan biden died in the family's home in delaware. she was seriously ill and no other details were released. biden's mother assisted him on the campaign trial. he was so happy to have his mom along. he expressed gratitude for her support in his personal and political life. he always shouted out to her on the cam prain trial. she was spry at >> we are expecting rick in a bit. he is in madison squire garden and talking to the toughest athletes. >> one of the bills threw ric
evacuated even as many others overwhelm the u.s. embassy trying to get authorization to leave a torn nation that may be slipping into anarchy. tonight even as the stars rally to the cause fox news core spn dent, jenkins, rivera, house sen and salanis we will try to give you an accurate picture of what is going wrong and what is going right in this mel lancholy and increasingly desperate place. >> there are increasing incidents of violence. we are looking at that very closely. we do need obviously a safe and secure environment to continue and do the best we can with the humanitarian system. >> welcome live to what has suddenly become one of the world's busiest and as a result noise iest airports as the relief flights, hundreds of them now every single day from every corner of the globe come flying in here to port-au-prince. the scattered capital of the ravaged nation of haiti bringing aid and hopefully comfort to these people even as the refugees go flowing out. the flights will be coming in throughout this special two-hour broadcast blitzing through the noise, it's the sound of hope. hillar
. >> why not treat them as an enemy combatant? use the interrogation techniques and try to get more information? >> we'll have is a number of reports on america's security in the age of obama. >> be a great example to the world. >> brit hume weighing in on the tiger woods fiasco with some religious advice. mr. hume will be here. >> bernie goldberg has been watching diane sawyer's anchor debut and the new team at "good morning america." bernie has some thoughts. >> caution, you are about to enter the no spin zone. the factor begins right now. >>> hi, i'm bill o'reilley. thanks for watching the first factor of the new decade. happy new year. hope you had a nice break. unfortunately we're back to reality and it's not pretty. america's national security is the subject of this evening's talking points memo. president obama's christmas could not have been calm after that loan from nigeria tried to blow up a northwest jet liner as it approached detroit. because the obama administration changed so many bush anti-terror policies, any terrorist activity will engender controversy. the presiden
where you're travelling. i'm julie banderas and we're live as fox reports tonight. also tonight, the u.s. and britain shutting down their embassies in yemen citing threats by the same groups linked to the failed christmas day bomb plot. this, as the president's top anti-terrorism advisor admits mistakes were made in keeping the would-be bombing off the plane, but says there was no single red flag to warn of impending attack. >> there was no smoke gun piece of intelligence that says this guy would get on the plane. >> julie: more for the search for answers in washington. police say he was on the run for months. a man accused of murdering four family members on thanksgiving day, now behind bars. >> there's a weight lifted off our shoulders, obviously, boy making this apprehension, now i stand before you and have peace. >> ahead, what led them to the motel hide away and what the owners of the hotel are saying now. plus. >> there's no magic temperature that says you're going to get frostbite or not. >> julie: many states below freezing with some reaching sippi single digits. when will this
you that a little later on. the whole spectrum of the u.s. senate will change because republican scott brown meets with his new colleagues on the hill. joining us from washington right now is caroline schively has she often does every morning. we match today. >> we do. good planning, gretchen. quick in and out for senator-elect brown in washington today. he has to get back to boston to watch his daughter's basketball game tonight. first major impact of his election is being felt in washington. president obama told abc last night he might be willing to scale back his health care proposal to get some republican support. brown's campaign has sent a formal request to massachusetts secretary of state to certify his election before absentee ballots are counted so he can be seated as quickly as possible. >> i can't tell you how proud i am to be here standing before you all and being -- having an opportunity to maybe send the country in a different and better direction. that's my goal. >> brown arrives to the capital mid morning to visit with a few senators. first with john mccain and then
and opened fire. all of the video from that incident in just a moment. seven u.s. marshalls and security officers later responded with a hail of bullets. one court officer is dead tonight. a deputy u.s. marshal is in the hospital tonight and the gunman was shot and killed. so why did he do it? now we've learned he was upset because he lost a lawsuit. more on the motive in just a moment. the shooting lasted, we're told, for several minutes. witnesses describing at least 30 to 40 shots coming if that building, which contain has courthouse, along with officers for federal officials, including two senator, harry reid and john ensign, neither who was there. witnesses say the gunman tried to run but got across the street, then officers shot and killed him. take a look where this happened, about a mile north of the casinos on the vegas strip. one witness, a man who was at the courthouse for jury duty, turned on his video camera or his cell phone, really, once the shots began. >> shooting outside the las vegas courthouse. holy (bleep). (shots firing) unbelievable. hell of a morning for jury duty
we're closing down shop. thanks for being with us tonight. we'll see you again tomorrow. good night from washington. come blog with us. >> tonight... the new year not starting well for the obama administration. most americans want the military to handle the latest captured terrorists. >> why not treat them as enemy combatant? try to get more information out of them? >> we'll have a number of reports on american security in the age of obama. >> my message to tiger would be tiger go to the chri chris -- christian faith. >> brit hume with religious advice. mr. hume will be here. >> good evening, it's so good to be here with you tonight. 50 and bernie goldberg has been watching diane sawyer's anchor debut. and the new team at good morning america, bernie has thoughts. >> caution. you are about to enter the no spin zone. the factor begins right now. >> hi, i'm bill o'reilly. thanks for watching the first factor of the new decade. happy new year, hope you had a nights break. now, unfortunately we're back to reality and it's not pretty. america's national security is the subject of the tal
the country. they boarded on board a c-17 u.s. air force cargo plane, headed on out of here at 11:17 last night with 54 haitian orphans on their way to florida. the very first plane load of orphans that have left here since this began. guys? >> all right. orlando salinas posted at the airport where it is loud and orly is starting to lose his voice again. great report. good news that ed rendell was able to get those kids out. >> that's fantastic. three minutes after the top of the hour. take a look at the polls this morning as the whole nation focuses on massachusetts. a true blue state usually democrats get whatever they want. it's usually decided when they pick a candidate. well, it's not happening as we've been chronicling for about the last three weeks. martha coakley, the favorite. you have scott brown, the upstart and right now, let's take a look at the three major polls at this hour and scott brown is poised to possibly pull off a massive upset. he's up 52%, 43% according to politico. that's yesterday. meanwhile, the other poll we want to share with you is also a similar result. th
. and the c-17 cargo planes from the u.s. air force from mcguire air force base, from travis air force base were here regularly yesterday. they were only on the ground about an hour a time, an extraordinary operation to watch them land, get unloaded. turn back around and go back to get more supplies. but you get the sense, steve, that this is very much a make or break day for haiti. a lot of the supplies have been coming in here to the port-au-prince airport but i spend many, many hours out on the streets of port-au-prince yesterday and i can tell you this -- i did not see a single instance in which that aid was being handed out to the desperate people who need it most. and there was a calmness among the desperation yesterday. we did see those instances of looting but they were few and far between in reality. generally, they were facing this with a relatively calm determination. you get the sense if they do not get the food they need, they do not get the water they need, they do not get the medical supplies that they desperately need within the next 24 hours, then the scene here could chang
is at the airport where it's still shaking in port-au-prince. orlie what can you tell us? >> want to tell you something, just after about 11:07 this pontiac, eastern time, there was another after shock in here in port-au-prince and other small suburbs. one of our camera crews was out there in the middle of that after shock and said it was pretty alarming. a structure, a hotel near there, where they were at shook, rumbled, but it stayed in place and there wasn't any knowledge. a lot of folks who have had out of the buildings they were in, they were scared and got calmed down and wanted to bring you up-to-date. joining us right now is captain justin doyle. the contingent sy response. in an hour or so, something goodwill happen. >> we had a d-17 aircraft come in and dropped off a bunch of new york rescue team, awesome in itself. the opportunity it gives us we now have the opportunity to evacuate some people out of here. so we're going to floor load that p-17. what that does is about doubles our capacity so we can put approximately 200 people on that c-17 and get those american citizens back to t
joan good morning, travelers flying to the u.s. facing a whole new security as the fed beefs up security for passengers known for harboring terrorists. the question is will this be enough to keep us completely safe. jon: starting off with a sliver, most of the country dealing with subfreezing temperatures, even florida facing a frigid first week of the new year. what does it mean for you? jane: what global recession? take a lack -- take a look, the world's tallest skyscraper in dubai. you're seeing the festivities here. we're expecting fire works soon. this is a vertical city. we'll tell you just how tall it is, and show you live pictures from there as soon as we get them. jon: president obama returns from the hawaiian vacation as new questions arise about the administration's plans to sent more gitmo detainees to yemen, a union where al-qaeda has a growing presence and where the suspect in that botched christmas terror attack admits he was trained by terrorists. major garrett is live for us at the white house. major, why is yemen still considered a possible destination for some
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in to programs that outlived their usefulness and need to be cut. again, that's what a family does. that's what the government should begin to do. >> but this is washington so we will argue about it. not everybody's onboard. critics are out in force. major garrett is live at the white house, this broke during fox report last night. somebody else broke the embargo. >> we won't get into that. >> the left is mad, the right is mad. who is not mad at the white house? >> look, the white house is probably willing and i know for a fact it's willing to have a fight with the leral left to suggest independent voters to strayed away he's serious about dealing with the deficit. congressional democrats oppose it saying they don't want to are do you say federal spending but they're afraid it would cause a double dip recession. we're only talking 10 to $15 billion in the first year out of $15 trillion. that doesn't cause a double dip recession. democrats are afraid of the uncertainty of having their programs on the chopping block in an election year. the white house assures them it's only do you police duplica
under the rubble. this as u.s. troops and other relief groups continue to hand out food and supplies to the desperate survivors but the u.n. world food program says aid isn't getting out as fast as it is needed. the white house is trying to confirm the authenticity of a new osama bin laden audio tape. on this tape, bin laden directly addresses president obama and takes credit for the failed christmas day bombing attempt of northwest flight 253. but u.s. officials say there was no indication that bin laden had anything to do with that plot. white house press secretary robert gibbs talked about it on "fox news sunday." >> i think everybody in this world understands that this is somebody that has to pop up in our lives over an audio tape because he's nothing but a cowardly murderous thug and terrorist that will some day hopefully soon be brought to justice. >> bin laden also warns of new attacks on that same tape. president obama is giving his state of the union address this week, wednesday night. but first he's meeting with the middle class task force tomorrow about that speech. t
of a passenger jet. how the u.s. got its intelligence are both coming out the microscope. caroline shively with more. >> reporter: some republicans now say that the federal government is missing a real opportunity to get intelligence from umar farouk abdulmutallab on what other terror plots could be out there. u.s. officials say the f.b.i. had the accused underwear bomber for 30 hours and he was very talkative. that was before he got his lawyer. they sent a letter urging him to try abdulmutallab in front of a military tribunal instead of civilian courts. intel officials say they gotten what they need. >> they obtained actionable intelligence and they made a decision after that, local prosecutors that the individual should be tried in civil courts. >> when you invite him, you read his miranda rights and he stops talking. you can pursue a court action if you want to but the key thing is intelligence. >> reporter: another big focus, yemen. officials say abdulmutallab got his terror training. u.s. and britain said they are sending money to the police force that is training there. the nation is
your time with us today. log on to our web site for that after the show show. >> see you. patti ann: what one respected analyst called signs of a coming tsunami for democrats. bill: in the past 24 hours three renowned democrats all say they will not seek byron dorgan will retire, bill ritter will not seek a second term in november and chris dodd bailing out on his race. larry sabato is from the university of virginia, center for politics. welcome back here. you posed a good question to producers this morning, is this coincidence or january panic, which one is it, a ambassador o? -- a or b? >> there's panic, no question about it. there's a fourth one as well, bill. the democratic nominee presumptive for governor in the big state of michigan, lieutenant governor john cherry, also just dropped out. he couldn't raise money. think about that. the democrats control michigan, lock, stock and barrel. their choice to succeed a 2-term democratic governor has just had to drop out because he can't raise money. that's not a good sign whon the -- on the whole. bill: you mentioned michigan look at
$200 million, but most of all, even if you paid us back, new york city back, the $200 million, what's it going to do to merchants in the so-called frozen zone in that area? nobody is going to go to china town and say let's walk the streets, honey. khalid sheik muhammad is down in a trial for two years. >> dianne feinstein has a reason why this changed so quickly. she said the trial should be moved because the dynamic has now changed. >> this is significant. >> right. because of umar farouk abdulmutallab. let's see what she had to say. >> i think the mayor has spoken. i think he has a good point. i think the administration should listen to that point. ksm does not have to be tried in new york city. if there's any evidence that this is going to either make new york city a target or present unusual expenses and the mayor and i've been a mayor should be listened to. and what he has said is yes, it will. >> where is senator schumer and senator jillibrand. >> they're in trouble. >> why? >> i'll tell you why. i'm starting to understand the whole tea party town hall movement. people send
. there have been two fires due to the problem in the u.s. honda says it will notify customers by mail with instructions about how and when to have their vehicles inspected. toyota is getting to run an open letter in major newspapers. we'll see that tomorrow and monday in the top markets in the united states. the ad is one of the first moves to address the public on the safety problem, something a lot of people have been waiting to hear. >> we're going to be talking about this later on in the show with jonathan from chicago about basically how takes going to affect car makers here in the united states. thank you very much. >> thanks. >> rick. >> another big story we're following, the white house reconsidering its decision to hold 9-11 trials in new york city. the news coming amid growing opposition to the plan from congress and city and state leaders in new york as well. critics citing financial and security concerns of prosecuting the master mind, khalid shaikh mohammed, and alleged co-conspirators, just blocks from ground zero. molly henneberg is live in washington. good to see you.
tonight: >> i got that from my left town upbringing. when i used to go out to play o'reilly, what are you going to do. >> a lot of interrupting and it was pushing. you can't do that now. >> bill: bold fresh tour launches and predictably the liberal press attacks. >> i appreciate you guys coming out on saturday night to see two slugs like us. thank you very much. >> i'll treat you like a lady so act like one. the question to you is what did you vote for? >> bill: why did senator arlen specter try to rough up congresswoman michele bachmann on the radio. she will be here. >> the recovery act the president passed saved more than 2 million jobs against 7 million, it is cold comfort to those who still are looking. >> bill: also, bernie goldberg will run down the obama offensive on the sunday shows. was the questioning tough enough enough? caution, you are about to enter the no spin zone. the factor begins right now. >> hi, i'm bill o'reilly. thanks for watching us tonight. the bold fresh tour begins and that is the subject of this evening's talking points memo. on saturday night in long
us -- >> been very candid about the fact that what we were in possession of in different places and what ultimately was not analyzed up through the chain in order to make the necessary connections to prevent and disrupt this from happening. >> the negotiations that are taking place, the two bills, the house and the senate, why not have a formal conference? why? >> you can ask the leaders of congress, either there or when they are there. jon: that is robert gibbs. a couple interesting notes. the review concerning the breakdown of what happened on the failed christmas day bombing will be out tomorrow. we should get a number of answers when that comes out. i also want to draw your attention to the bottom box, that is colorado governor bill ritter announcing right now that he will not seek a second term in the fall. it is another top democrat that is deciding to step down versus possibly being voted out in the fall. big development in political world. we have much more on this coming up. jane: clearly the pieces on the chessboard are changing today in a very big way in politics. gov
jane: that is to do it for us "the live desk" is up next. trace: and this is "the live desk." brand-new pictures and breaking news will always be in the boxes on the right-hand side of your screen. that is a live look at tampa, florida. waiting for the president to hold a town hall. about jobs and more jobs. the push in central florida is for a high-speed train between tampa and orlando. that would hopefully create thousands of jobs. in the middle box they were once said to be the most brutal regime in the world. now there is talk of letting the taliban serve in the afghanistan government. who thinks the olive branch is mightier than the sword. and in the bottom box toyota has recalled several million cars and has stopped selling their top eight models including camry and corolla. all because the gas pedals may stick. the company that makes those gas pedals is under the microscope. but our top story today, the president hits the road to sell his jobs plan to the country just as we are getting more stark news about just how bad unemployment has gotten. new weekly numbers from the lab
bill: thank goodness the roads are safe now, aren't they? we have that going for us! which ain't bad. see you tomorrow. martha: see you tomorrow, everybody. >> good morning i'm jane skinner along with jon scott, happening now, the taliban says it is behind an attack near a u.s. military base in afghanistan. a militant in a mini-bus has blown himself up outside camp phoenix in kabul. bill: and a man is arrested in a new jersey hotel, he was armed to the teeth wearing a bulletproof vest an carrying a map of a u.s. military base and wait until you hear what else they found. >> also security at are borders is making it harder for illegals to sneak into this country on foot but now, they are getting creative. what route the traffickers are using, to get their human cargo into our country and how can we stop it? >> we begin with your money... president obama is showing concern about the nation's rising mountain of debt. the latest estimate from the congressional budget office, is just in this morning, and it is pretty sobering. it pegs this year's budget deficit at $1.3 trillion. now
break this into pieces and use a loophole as we know, we've been over this for about a year now, reconciliation and pass the tougher parts into the senate. you just need 51 votes and i'm not sure they would get the 51. anthony wiener again providing, i believe, the quote of the day. he said the president would let us know what he wants us to do but we don't have that benefit yet. >> yeah. >> and the senate doesn't want to start over. and the white house isn't telling them how to fix it. and you know what? i think a number of members of congress on the democrat side actually heard what happened in massachusetts. for instance, representative gerald connely, a virginia democrat said yesterday "was the bill" regarding health care" too ambitious for an anxious public? there is evidence the answer is yes." congressman by the name of raul grajalva said the senate bill is a recipe for disaster down the line. there are too many elements of the bill that make no sense for me to cast my vote. >> interesting to have a crystal ball and see whether or not we end up with any kind of health ca
: -- jane: caroline shively is in the capitol building and will alert us on senator brown's progress, we'll show you the live pictures as we get them. caroline, thanks. jon: some progress is made in haiti, getting aid to the victims. workers are handing out food and water, when night falls in port-au-prince, it can ab very dangerous place, the video is dark but it shows the crude weapons the haitian police confiscated and they say there are plenty of guns and knives on the streets of the capitol city. orlando salinas joins us live from the airport there. orly? >> reporter: jon, police also told us that they confiscated a machete and makeshift gun, and just one of a whole lot of arms that are out there, and they say that two guys that they brought in, they're lucky they brought them in because the crowd wanted to beat the fire out of them. we are at the national airport, port-au-prince, this incredible aviation ballet goes on, supplies, relief, food, water, diapers, all of it continues to come into here, at the airport, the u.s. military continues to do a pretty good job of coordinating i
that this thing was a bolshevik attack. >> the freshman republican who put president obama to the test joins us live. >> remember obama girl? who can forget. ♪ ♪ i can fry for obama. >> and just let it roll for a while. there is no reason to doll the video. she's losing her crush on the president. find out why. she will be here later. coffees and doughnuts . whether i will sitting in the share or cot i tune in weekend "fox and friends" and i like it a lot. i like it a lot. >> its "fox and friends". >> hey, good morning, everybody. thanks for joining us. we have i lot to talk b. very interesting what happened in baltimore with the president. >> did you like it like i loved it? >> what was to love. no prompter or script and it was totally off of the cuff. it was a candid view of how the republicans and president. >> what we need more of in this process if we are moving forward and bipartisanship. what a show it was. >> republicans put president obama to the test after a gop retreat in baltimore. they do this annually but what happened yesterday was unprecedented and one freshman congressman f
, making the majority in the u.s. senate a little more ten tenuous. two democrats, connecticut senator chris dodd and byron dorgan expected to retire, dodd expected to hold a news conference about an hour from now conforming reports he won't run for reelection in november. shannon bream is keeping an eye on this live from washington. this has to be giving the gop and its supporters a boost going into the 2010 mid-term elections, shannon. >> you are certainly right, jon, it gives them a shot in the arm but top republicans say they were not surprised to see key democrats stepping aside, saying they know the public backlash about what they've been doing in washington and across the country is coming, here's what michael steele told us this morning. town halls are coming back to bite, and that bite is going to get a lot stronger as we go through the course. >> and he went on to say, hey, when you stand in front of your constituents, they are upset and you're ignoring them or talking on a cell phone or asking them for their i.d. before you answer questions, you're going to get yourself in t
of different outfits, but settled on this one. >> so it's a big morning for us, a lot of news to could have, get to some of the headlines. >> i do have those for you. here is an unbelievable story. he with as trapped for so long in the rubble, he completely lost track of time. as you can imagine. with you after 11 days of eating cookies and drinking beer, a man is foundsy life and he is just fine. joining us now from port-au-prince, haiti, is brian wilson. tell us about this remarkable rescue after imagine workers had been told the rescue efforts were off. >> yeah, let me tell you about it. the luckiest man on the planet today is a man by the name of wissman, apparently 23 years old. he worked in a fruit market underneath a hotel, and when it collapsed he scrambled under his desk, apparently. yesterday one of his brothers was walking by the rubble of what was once that hotel and fruit market and he heard his brother's voice. he ran by, he got some greek rescue workers, he got some americans, some french people came to the scene and he wasn't all that deep. about 16 feet and it wasn't a lot
you again. what can you tell us about this unbelievable rescue of this man that we heard pulled from the rubble today after 11 days? >> reporter: it is an incredible story. as we understand it, someone was walking by this marketplace, they heard a knocking sound. they thought there might be someone buried in shallow rubble. the u.s. and french teams were nearby. they were rushed to the scene and in a few minute, they were able to pull the man out. some say he's 23, others say he's 32. he's one lucky man. we talked, fox news talked to a french official there who says that indeed, he will be okay. there is no problem. they believe that he's going to be checked out at a hospital and in a few days, he will return, unbelievably to a normal life after being buried in a rubble of a market for 11 days. that is one of the good stories here. >> it begs the question, brian, on the day when authorities have called off the search and rescue and switched to full recovery, perhaps are they doing this a bit too early? >> reporter: well, it's a hard call. you have to wonder, how many people might sti
>> that's for the cost of freedom blog. thank you for joining us. stay tuned, have a great weekend. see you soon. >> the obama administration decide that trying 9/11 terror suspects in new york city was perhaps not a good idea after all. where will the trials be moved? from the nation's capital to the deep south, up to a foot of snow, sleet and ice, very raw winter weather is the story this morning. a weather update is a few minutes away. there's little doubt that the tea party movement had aim pact on american politicses. are the activists now squabbling among themselves. brian wilson, news headquarters live from the nation's capital starts right now. this is a fox news alert after massive resistance from new york officials, the obama administration may be changing their tune about how to try the alleged plotters of the 9/11 attacks. reports are surfacing they may abandon their plans to try the suspects, including the professed master mind in manhattan. molly henneberg is following this story from the nation's capital, hello molly. >> hi, brian, where trials might be is not clear
weapon, his name is timothy hendron, on the loose now, police looking for him. jon: stay with us on that. jane: to the intelligence failures that led to that near disaster in the skies in detroit on christmas day. right now we're waiting for the white house to release a critical report that affects our safety in this country. it should answer the question how was a young nigeria man allowed to board that -- nigerian plane allowed to board a plane. abdullah mutallab will be arraigned tomorrow. just a few hours from now we expect president obama to talk about exactly what went wrong. the president has acknowledged there were red flags, including a warning from the suspect's own father. white house national security adviser jim jones says americans will feel a, quote, certain shock when they read this report today, former pennsylvania governor tom ridge was the first person to run the department of lomaland security when it was created in the wake of 9/11. he's with us now. good morning, governor. >> nice to be with you this morning. jane: what do you expect this certain shock to snb. >> fi
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